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Copy Trading

Copy Trading is a Signals service made available through MetaQuotes and specifically through the MQL5 community.

Copy Trading, as the name implies, is the copying of the trades of another trader into your own account. This service is meant to be mutually beneficial for both the Signal Provider and Signal Subscriber as the Provider charges a fee for his services and the Subscriber gets to mirror the trades of traders who are possibly more experienced.

More information regarding MQL5, signals and the community forum can be found on MQL5.com which is the official website for this service.

Yes, anyone can register for Copy Trading.

If you are interested in our Copy Trading Service, please visit our Signal Subscribers page.

If you already have an account with FXTM, you can follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Login to MyFXTM
  2. Click the Copy Trading button on your Trader’s Desktop 
  3. If you are new to MQL5 you must first register for an account 
  4. If you already have an MQL5 account, just connect your MQL5.com account to MyFXTM by typing your MQL5 login and password and then click Bind.
  5. You will then be presented with a choice of free trading signals that you can subscribe to. 

To subscribe to a signal with a monthly fee, you must first fund your MQL5 account. Please follow the steps below to do so:

  1. Login to MQL5.com
  2. Go to your Profile (Click on your username on the top right)
  3. Select Payments on the left sidebar
  4. Click Deposit to Account 
  5. Select the Payment provider of your choice and follow the instructions 

It depends on the Signal Provider. Each Signal Provider can set his own fee. That being said, you should be able to find a wide choice of signals that are free of charge.

For paid Signals:

  • The subscription period is weekly of monthly 
  • The required amount for the entire subscription period will be frozen on the Subscriber’s account. 
  • A typical fee for a paid signal is 20 credits per month. 1 Credit = 1 dollar.

To register as a Signal Provider, please follow the steps below:

  1. Register for an account on www.mql5.com 
  2. Go to your Profile (Click on your username on the top right)
  3. Select Seller on the left sidebar
  4. Click the Register link in the first paragraph and follow the instructions
  5. When approved you will receive the following message: “You have been successfully approved as Seller on MQL5.com”
  6. Now you can go to the Signals page and click "Create your own signal". 
  7. Fill in the form specifying the details of your new signal in the new window 
Yes, you can. Click on a signal in the Signals page to find all historical information regarding this signal, including growth, instruments traded, slippage and reviews.

No, he does not.

Signal Providers can only see the total number of signal subscribers that are currently following their signals.

There is a money management feature in MQL5 which allows you to control the trading volume and the amount you are willing to trade by selecting your own limits.

Trades will not be synchronized with your Signal Provider’s account.

Please note that it is your responsibility to set the limits on your account.

The provider of the Copy Trading service is MetaQuotes Software Corporation.

If you have any enquiries regarding the signal service you can contact MQL5 directly or leave a message on the MQL5 community forum which is specifically design to provide assistance.

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You can subscribe to as many Signal Providers as you wish. Each provider however, is considered as a separate trading account.
Signal Providers trade on their trading account as usual. If a Signal Subscriber selects a Signal Provider, the positions opened by the Signal Provider will be automatically copied to the Signal Subscriber’s account.
Signal Providers trade on their trading account as usual. If a Signal Subscriber selects a Signal Provider, the positions opened by the Signal Provider will be automatically copied to the Signal Subscriber’s account.
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